We’ve set up a special link for anyone who wants to advertise a “Black Friday” special! The cost is only $15 and we’ll tag the post as a “Black Friday Aha! Special” and will publish the great savings information in a special section in our Thanksgiving email on the 27th!! Meanwhile your deal will be published on our website ASAP!
Next week all of the kids are out of school, and for those not leaving town, you may have family visiting. So in the spirit of the holidays, we have created “Family Date Night!”
Parents, calmly enjoy your time in the dining room while your children are in our event room eating pasta and making/decorating cookies!
There is NO charge for the children! We ask that the children please be ages 5 and over, and the timeframe for joining us is from 5 – 9pm on Tuesday, November 25th.
PLEASE CALL TO MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR YOUR FAMILY: 770-668-0435 EXT. 4
Children are FREE!
Enclosed in our private event kitchen, our staff will entertain the children–FREE babysitting! The children have pasta & red sauce for dinner and will be able to help make cookies, decorate them, and take them home!
This is 5 year old Mitch and he is a black Labrador retriever at the Fulton County Animal Services shelter. This place is extremely crowded, some 5-6 dogs per kennel. Mitch was shaking in his crate.
Mitch was found as a stray on the streets and brought into the shelter on September 5th. The staff member told us he is set for their euthanasia list tomorrow – he’s been there over two months and, as we said, there are some kennels with 5-6 dogs in them. Read More »
I have a sweet little 7 week old puppy that needs a loving family and home. He is partially potty trained using puppy pads. Has a dog bed, leash, and collar. I am asking for a re homing fee to make sure his new owners are financially stable enough to take care of him especially since he’s a baby and babies can be quite expensive! If you’re interested please shoot me an email or a text. We want him to have a new home as soon as possible!
The DHS girls shared the podium at the state championship with the Clarkston boys. The Dunwoody High School Cross Country team has bonded with these kids and have helped raise a significant amount of money for them. I thought you might like to see the story and have the opportunity to donate as well.
CLARKSTON, Ga — The Clarkston High School cross country team isn’t wearing letter jackets. They aren’t sporting the newest technology in running shoes. They’re not showing off their new championship rings.
This team looks different.
They don’t have enough warm-up gear to cover everyone, and some of the runners use donated shoes. read more
Parents and students should be thinking about college early in teh High School years. With over 4000 colleges and universities, determining where to start and how to begin can be challenging. Join us for the second in a series of topics onthe college admissions process. This free presentation covers: College affordability, Finding the right college fit, Colleges for students with ADHD/Learning Disabilities and Writing the college essay. Read More »
When you give to the Community Assistance Center (CAC) this holiday season, you give hope to families in need. Give food or Adopt-a-Family for holiday gifts and make a child’s wishes come true! Please give food for the pantry, grocery store gift cards in the amounts of $10, $20 or $30 or gifts through Adopt-a-Family at www.ourcac.org/adoptafamily. Please visit www.ourcac.org for a complete list of food pantry most needed items.